||4 (1998). There were 300 in 1940.
||Amazonas, Mucuim River, Rio Açuã tributary.
Brazil, reference number 32
||Arara, Kagwahibm, Kagwahiph, Kagwahiv, Kavahiva, Kawahip, Kawaib, Yumá
||The Júma, Amundava [adw], Kayabi [kyz], Tenharim [pah], and Karipuná [kuq] all call themselves ‘Kagwahiva’ (Kagwahibm, Kagwahiv, Kawahip, Kavahiva, Kawaib, Kagwahiph). These varieties along with Uru-eu-wau-wau [urz] and Morerebi [xmo] are all linguistically similar.
||Tupi, Tupi-Guarani, Subgroup VI
||SVO. Nearly extinct.